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The Four Corners in Japan

Amy Ella Blanchard

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .her is in the diplomatic service and is to be here some time, probably, so every one thought it was my chance for seeing this country."

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"It certainly is, for you will have opportunities denied the rest of us mere tourists. Is your aunt here in Yokohama?"

"For the present. She and my brother have both gone to some function this evening, hence I am alone. Do you know what I thought when I first caught sight of you, Nan? I thought you were married and had come on your wedding trip."

"No such prospect for Nancy," was the answer.

"What about Rob Powell?" asked Eleanor. "He used to be your adorer a year ago."

"Was it only a year ago? It seems ten," returned Nan. "Oh, I hear of him once in a while from Rita Converse. He is doing pretty well for a beginner, I believe."

"What callous indifference," replied Eleanor. "I quite counted on hearing of your engagement by this time."

"I don't seem to engag. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This was a fun book and rather charming, even if quite dated, and it is historically interesting. It was first published in 1912, and is the seventh book in a series about the same group of characters, the Corners. In this story a group of young, college-educated American ladies, two of them elder s